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I would like to ask a very simple (for you probably!) question on theming/layout:

By default the user module displayes the "username" + "password" vertically. I want to display these 2 fields horizontally.

To do so:

-It is the css that I have to modify, right? -Do i have to modify the user.css or the css of my theme? -Any ideas on how do I modify it, or what is the piece of code I have to alter?

Thank you.

  • you have to modify in your theme folder – Bala Jun 13 '13 at 7:39
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  1. Yes you have to modify the css file for the changes to be reflected,but the change should not be made in the core css files.

  2. You can replace any of the core css settings by entering the specific id's and classes's of the elements which you would like to change into a custom css file in your theme's folder.

  3. It will override the individual css settings of that element.

  4. Make certain that the file is identified as a stylesheet in the info file for the theme .(include the custom css file which you have created in your site's theme's folder in the .info file)

  • I really appreciate your detailed answer, thank you very much. – apdr Jun 13 '13 at 18:29
  • In fact I wanted to discuss something with you (not for free of course) Could you please let me know a way to contact you or send me an email: apdr39 AT gmail DOT com – apdr Jun 13 '13 at 18:32
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You can extend Omega Theme and override the css in your global.css file. So you will have a new theme and core files are intact.

All you need to install is Omega Theme. And the By going to Appearence you can create a new theme and override the css files.

  • Your welcome..if you like it you can like it..;) anytime – Swastik Pareek Jun 14 '13 at 5:59
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You should add the styling to your theme's css file. Never edit the core files, always override them with your theme files.

  • Any ides on what do I have to modify there?! :) – apdr Jun 13 '13 at 5:34
  • Are you looking to modify the fields in the user-login form or the user block? – SN_26 Jun 13 '13 at 5:36
  • only the 2 fields (username and password) - just to put them horizontally instead of vertically.. – apdr Jun 13 '13 at 6:09
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If you are using a custom theme follow the steps to modify the CSS

  1. goto path var/www/ursite/sites/all/themes/your_theme/css
  2. here add file global.css
  3. write the modified css in global.css file.
  4. save the global .css file

in order to pre-test the changes use chromo web tool , if you are using google chrome .

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